What is another word for dippers?

Pronunciation: [dˈɪpəz] (IPA)

"Dippers" can refer to a variety of things. If you're referring to someone who dips food into a dipping sauce, you could use the synonyms "dunkers," "dippers," or even "scoopers." If you're referring to the bird known as a dipper, you could use the synonym "water ouzel." If you're referring to a celestial object that appears to "dip" below the horizon, you could use the synonym "sinker." Alternatively, you could use "plunge," "descend," or "set" to describe this action. If you're using "dippers" as shorthand for the popular group exercise class, you could use "aqua aerobics" or "water fitness" as synonyms.

What are the hypernyms for Dippers?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Dippers

Could she pull across those black two miles between the dippers before it got so much thicker that she would lose her way?
"Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906"
Lucy Maud Montgomery
So I proceeded to gather up the gun, axe, paddle, kettle, frying-pan, plates, dippers, carpets, etc.
"Canoeing in the wilderness"
Henry David Thoreau
Hastily scraping the various articles together, I started on the run, and immediately went by him in the bushes, but I had no sooner left him out of sight in a rocky hollow than the greasy plates, dippers, etc.
"Canoeing in the wilderness"
Henry David Thoreau

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